Go Formative Live Results For Immediate Feedback

About the Session

Go Formative Live Results For Immediate Feedback

​Say goodbye to paper and pencil and create an online assessment, classwork, or homework in seconds. Receive live results instantly and send feedback immediately to your students. Go Formative is optimized for any 1:1, BYOD, flipped or blended classroom. Bring a device if you would like to create one.

SAMR Alignment
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About the Presenter

Jileen Urbanek
Fifth Grade ELA Teacher
West Geauga Local Schools
jileen.urbanek@westg.org

Jileen has taught for five years. She currently teaches fifth grade at West Geauga Local Schools. Working at West G has given her a great opportunity to design engaging lessons that encourage independent student practice with the support of technology. Technology is an important tool for learning at West G; for instance, elementary classrooms are all outfitted with either iPads or Chromebooks for each student. Jileen is always looking for new resources to connect her students with new content, and she regularly uses software including Lucidchart, Lucidpress, Wizer.me, and various Google Apps. Currently, she is pursuing coursework towards her technology endorsement and serves as an instructional tech and webmaster in her building. @JileenUrbanek

Digital Formative Assessment Techniques

About the Session

Digital Formative Assessment Techniques

This presentation will provide an overview on what formative assessment is and how it differs from traditional summative assessment practices. It will also discuss and model several formative assessment techniques using Chrome Books that can be used by both beginning and veteran teachers alike. Session objectives are:
1. Identify differences between formative and summative assessments.
2. Experience various formative assessment techniques in action.
3. Develop an initial understanding that formative assessment is a “mindset,” not a thing.

SAMR Alignment
My session best aligns with the ideas of Augmentation (A)

About the Presenter

Ann Radefeld
Curriculum Facilitator
North Royalton City Schools
annmarie.radefeld@northroyaltonsd.org

Ann Radefeld has worked in the North Royalton City Schools since 2004. As a high school French and German teacher, Ann demonstrated a passion for innovation and always was eager to try the latest tool or resource to help enrich her students’ learning experience. Ann’s passion for innovation led her out of the classroom in 2013, when she took on the role of District Curriculum Facilitator. Currently, she deals primarily with the educational technology in all five North Royalton schools. She meets with teachers, provides professional development and explores new and innovative ways for teachers to integrate technology in the classroom.